Canyon Lake RWF
President: Leslie Zalk
President: Regina Santamaria
The Corona Norco RWF meet on the Third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. with exciting speakers to inform us on relevant topics. In 2012 we mailed over 1135 boxes to our troops, supported two military families for the holidays, supported one wounded Warrior with a $1000.00 donation, gave out four $500.00 Scholarships to graduating Highschool seniors,, supported a family shelter with amenities, and supported our elected officials in their election HQ's.. Please visit our web site for up to date club/speaker information. www.coronanorcorepublicanwomen.com
Desert Hot Springs RWF
President: Anna Schuman
DHSRWF meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Miracle Springs Resort and Spa. We meet for lunch and have a meeting and speaker. Many of our members are active in the city and local politics. Our small town is quickly growing, and we look forward to see more growth in our club as well.
East Valley RWF
President: Mary Helen Kelly
East Valley is an active Gold Award club working to increase the effectiveness of Republican women in the cause of good government. Programs include voter registration, legislative updates, support for the troops, books for schools/libraries and scholarships. East Valley meets the first Monday of each month at Desert Falls Country Club in Palm Desert. Meetings begin at 11:15 a.m. with dynamic speakers and inspiring fellowship. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter. Links can be found at www.republicanvoices.com; as well as information on special events and meetings. We welcome all Republican women and their guests to join us. Our members reside in Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, Thousand Palms, La Quinta, Bermuda Dunes, Indio and Coachella.
Hemet/San Jacinto Valley RWF
President: Gale Slayton
Hemet San Jacinto Valley Republican Women's Club Federated was chartered in May 1939. The club sponsors two scholarships for local high school seniors. The Charlotte Mousel and Sonny Bono Scholarships are awarded every April at a special meeting /banquet. In past years our club has collected for and given out phone cards to incoming military. We meet the third Wednesday of the month at 11:30 a. m. at 1501 W. Florida Ave. (dark July and August).
Palm Springs RWF
President: Susan Ferguson
The Palm Springs RWF is a Diamond Club dedicated to sharing Republican ideals with the general public, registering and educating voters, increasing our membership and all with the goal of furthering the Republican Party and assisting with the election of a Republican President in 2012. Join us at our regular monthly meetings the third Thursday of the month at 11:00 am at Seven Lakes Country Club in Palm Springs. The club goes dark in June, July and August. Our club sponsors a Voter Registration Booth each week on Thursday evenings at the Palm Springs Village Fest. The PSRWF received the Diamond Club Award again for 2010/2011. Our main goals for 2012 are: support our local military, increase voter registration, increase our membership and last but not least, assist in electing a Republican President in 2012. Our website is www.psrwf.org Contact us at email@example.com or through our website.
Rancho Mirage RWF
President: Pamela Levin
The Rancho Mirage Republican Women Federated is located in the center of the richly blessed Coachella Valley. Increasing new membership, coordinating educational values, encouraging growth amongst conservative voters and providing comprehensive voter education have all become key activities for the RMRWF. The RMRWF believes that education will be key to the rebirth of strong core and conservative leadership amongst our elected officials.
Meeting on the third Wednesday of each month, the RMRWF provides focused and forward community-based thinking for its organizational members. Visit our website for more information: www.ranchomiragerwf.com
President: Adele Harrison
President: Shelly Lindekugel
Welcome to Riverside RWF! RRWF, chartered in 1953, promotes and supports the Republican Party through education and information provided to our members. We have outstanding speakers, community involvement, including support for our troops, women's and children's shelters and providing dictionaries to our local 3rd grade students. We meet on the 3rd Friday of each month (except July & August) at Victoria Club, 2521 Arroyo Drive, Riverside, CA at 11:30 a. m. We're looking forward to meeting you!
San Gorgonio Pass RWF
President: Susan Scherwerts
We meet at 10:00 AM the 4th Wednesday of each month (except for July and August) at Calimesa Country Club, 1300 South Third Street Calimesa, CA 92320. Cost of luncheon is $16.00 including tax & tip. Our club donates a dictionary every year to every third grade student in the Banning/Beaumont School District. Please join us. We always have interesting and educational speakers.
Temecula Valley RWF
President: Jackie Raspler
TVRWF has been in existence for over 25 years. We are proud to be a Diamond Award Club. The women of TVRWF work hard to register voters, operate election headquarters for SW Riverside area, educate and encourage the community in political affairs. Our club spends a lot of time helping the veterans in Southern California as a Caring for America project. We meet the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 11 am at Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula. (We are dark, July, August and December)